Deemed to be University under section 3 of the UGC Act,1956

B.Tech – Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Mechatronics – MRIIRS

Duration4 Yrs
COURSE FEES (Per annum) for Indian Nationals in Rupees1,81,500
COURSE FEES (Per annum) in US $ For PIO/NRI Students US $ 5500
Criteria for Preparation of Merit list
Pass in 10+2 examination with at least 50% marks in aggregate in 5 subjects and eligibility shall be determined on the basis of
percentage of aggregate marks in i. English, Physics & Mathematics and
ii. One subject out of Chemistry,
Computer Science, Biology or Biotechnology and
iii. One subject with the highest score out of the remaining subjects
Eligibility Criteria
Merit preparation/ short listing of candidates shall be on the basis of score in JEE Mains 2020/SAT/ Uni Gauge E 2020/ MRNAT 2020/ XII Qualifying Examination


Career opportunities after completing degree in Mechatronics:

Apart from this branch possessing equivalence with degree of Mechanical Engineering, following are the career options for a student completing graduate degree in Mechatronics trait. A graduate can work in the following roles:

Robotics engineer/technician

Automation engineer

Control system design/troubleshooting engineer

Electronics design engineer

Mechanical design engineer

Data scientist/big data analyst

Instrumentation engineer

Software engineer

There are numerous career domains that one can pursue after graduate program in Mechatronics which include but are not limited to: advanced manufacturing, robotics, telecommunications and information services, agriculture, food and forestry, biomedical, biotechnology, life sciences, medical equipment, renewable energy, transportation and logistics, defence and security.


How is Mechatronics different from Mechanical Engineering:

Mechanical Engineering is the mother of all engineering branches. It is a versatile course that can cater its purpose by combiningthermal, design and production principles. Mechatronics on the other hand is a highly specialized branch that beautifully amalgamates the basics of mechanical engineering, electronics, electrical, computer science, information technology, management systems, robotics, artificial intelligence, computing, etc. It is the need of the hour keeping in view the enhanced interception of core mechanical principles by these allied sciences. It has the capability to produce far more advanced systems with enhanced capabilities and also to step up into the current genre of artificial intelligence and smart manufacturing.